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Once More to the Cabin
a documentary short by Jim and Tom Isler

CREDITS

A film by Jim and Tom Isler

Written and narrated by Tom Isler

Filmed and edited by Jim and Tom Isler

Featuring:
Barbara Luccock
Robert Luccock

Music:
Geoff Bartley/Pump Audio/Getty Images
Rachid Fanine/Pump Audio/Getty Images
Timothy Harper/Pump Audio/Getty Images
Pamela Sue Mann/Pump Audio/Getty Images
Jacob Moon/Pump Audio/Getty Images
Kerry Muzzey/Pump Audio/Getty Images
Andrzej Sobieski/Pump Audio/Getty Images
Rich Tozzoli/Pump Audio/Getty Images
and
Darryl Kubian

Special Thanks:
Robert and Susan Isler
Emily Isler
Michael and Nancy Strong
Boothbay Region Historical Society

BARBARA LUCCOCK was born in Rowley, Mass., in 1914, attended high school school in Newburyport, Mass., and graduated from Wheaton College in 1937. She taught English at Falmouth High School in Falmouth, Mass., until marrying her husband, the Rev. Dr. Robert Luccock, on Aug. 3, 1946 in Newburyport. The Luccocks served two churches in Northport, N.Y. and New Haven, Conn., from 1946 to 1962, before moving to Wellesley, Mass., where Barbara became secretary of her garden club and a member of the women's club and the antiques chairperson for the Wellesley Congregational Church's rummage sale. She loved vacationing in Maine with her family, knitting, gardening, and baking cookies for someone in need. She passed away at the Ocean View Retirement Community in Falmouth, Maine in 2008, at the age of 94.

ROBERT LUCCOCK was born in New Haven, Conn., in 1915, and spent his early childhood in Rutherford, N.J., before returning to New Haven where he attended the Hopkins School and Yale University. He graduated from Union Theological Seminary in New York City in 1942 and went on to serve churches in Plainville, Conn., New Haven, Conn., and Northport N.Y., and teach at Boston University School of Theology. In retirement, he served on the Chaplaincy Board of Newton-Wellesley Hospital and was interim minister at Second Church in West Newton, Mass., and Weston Congregational Church in Weston, Mass. He published nine books on religion, including “If God Be For Us,” “Preaching Through Matthew,” and “On Becoming the Best We Can Be.” Among his varied interests were national parks, Gothic cathedrals, trains, stamps, music and the Boston Red Sox. He passed away in Portland, Maine, at the age of 91.


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